Difficult to say. It is difficult to say exactly what are the common symptoms in someone with aids. Some people may have absolutely no symptoms at the time of diagnosis. Typical common symptoms may be very nonspecific, such as fever, weight loss, cough, or rash. As you can tell, these may also represent a typical cold or flu. Thus, the general recommendation is if you are concerned about hiv/aids, get tested.
Why do you ask? During the acute infection, HIV may be silent or be "the worst case of the flu you ever had." It gets better, and as it progresses to AIDS, people historically have had diarrhea, weight loss, and big lymph nodes. If you are concerned, get checked for HIV now.